@Rick Much of what you have said actually agrees with what I have said! The rest might be interesting, but is not relevant to my posts. You don’t say where the last quote comes from, but it isn’t from me.
Take over all hardware vectors and switch the endianness before handing off to the OS, trap the return and put it back in your required endianness before handing back. You’ll obviously need to be aware of what the entry endianness is and only switch if it’s in big endian. The E bit should automatically switch when switching modes, as different PSR. Also shou […]
v0.28 up with minor tweaks to ADFS and FAT. take 4096 byte sector size into account I’ve added recognition of ADFS hosted drives that support multi logical sectors per physical. I don’t think ADFS knows about them though, which might lead to some issues. I do not have a suitable drive to test it. Partition Manager correctly shows 4 (3.65) GB Partition as FAT […]
A quick update: it looks as if I’ve managed to get the full CVS repository data, at least for NewsHound and WimpCLib (the rest should be OK too, but I’ve not checked) and imported it into Git. I’ll double check the licence terms, but assuming it is all BSD, there’s no reason why I can’t put those on to GitHub even if I can’t create Git repos on SourceForge. […]
I recommend using !DirSync rather than copying, and that will remove files which have been moved or deleted on your machine, otherwise the backup will end up containing duplicates and junk. Whatever means you use to make the backup, you need to sanitise the RISC OS filenames, or what is on the NAS wont match what is on original, and it’s not unheard of to ge […]
Seems to me that many acronyms could have rude meanings if one looks hard enough. Whilst Scunthorpe could well be an acronym, as it is a pronouncable word, though I don’t believe it actually is one, FTFY is certainly not, at least in English. Perhaps an initialism or abbreviation?